Organised by IPEM's Magnetic Resonance Special Interest Group Quantitative MRI is increasingly used in routine clinical care where techniques such as diffusion weighted imaging, T1/T2/T2* mapping and perfusion imaging are common place in diagnosis and monitoring of treatment response. These quantitative techniques rely on absolute measures of physical quantities to inform clinical decision and therefore as our reliance on them increases so should our awareness of their limitations and uncertainties.In this scientific meeting we will investigate the background behind these quantitative methods and learn about their common clinical application. The meeting will consider what quality assurance program should be in place to correctly monitor these techniques ensuring their safe use. Target audienceNHS MRI physicistsAcademic MRI physicistsRadiographersRadiologistsTrainee Clinical scientists Educational Aims and Anticipated Learning OutcomesTo understand where and how quantitative MRI is being used in clinical careTo understand the physicists role in quantitative MRI (e.g. quality assurance) To learn about the various quality assurance programmes that can be implemented for quantitative MRI Conference Resources Download the latest programme and poster list hereDownload the conference abstracts hereDownload Invited Speaker biographies here Presentation slides will be available after the event here (IPEM Members only - login required)Registration On-line registration is now closed. Registration fees (including refreshments and lunch):
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